We'd like to know about the best photography book you've read.  Tell us your favorite in the comment section below and you'll have a chance at winning one of our three newest t-shirts.  Leave a comment on our Facebook page for an additional chance of winning.  We will randomly select three winners this Friday April 19th and announce them here as well as on Facebook.

Just to kick things off, we've taken some of our favorite photography books off the shelf to share with you.  We couldn't choose just one, so we're giving you eight.  John Szarkowski leads with two classics, Atget and Looking at Photographs. Ansel Adams and Annie Leibovitz show us how they made some of their most memorable images in At Work and Examples: The Making of 40 Photographs. When we're feeling intellectual, we've got Camera Lucida, On Photography and Light Readings by Barthes, Sontag and Coleman. And when we're feeling most American and want to reconfirm the lasting power of photographs as social documentary, we turn to Walker Evans' American Photographs.

What is the photography book you turn to?